"Heart of a Dog marks the first feature film by multimedia artist Laurie Anderson in over thirty years. A cinematic tone poem that flows from a sustained meditation on death and other forms of absence, the film seamlessly weaves together thoughts on Tibetan Buddhism, reincarnation, the modern surveillance state, and the artistic lives of dogs, with an elegy for the filmmaker's beloved rat terrier, Lolabelle, at it's heart. Narrated by Anderson with her characteristic wry wit, and featuring a plaintive, free-form score by the filmmaker, the tender and provocative Heart of a Dog continues Anderson's five-decade career of imbuing the everyday with a sense of dreamlike wonder. 75 min. Widescreen; Soundtrack: English DTS HD 5.1 Master Audio; featurette; footage from "Concert for Dogs" (2016); theatrical trailer.